Published at Monday, March 18th 2019. by Lyyti Jokinen in Kitchen Cabinets.
The handcrafted cabinet doors of this Japanese-style kitchen cleverly slide open instead of swinging out, taking up less room. Clear glass fronts can show off your dinnerware. Add a rolling ladder and you can access the top shelves way easier.
Sneak extra storage into your kitchen by not only installing cabinets up to the ceiling, but also snaking the cupboards around the room and over the sink. (Just don't forget the step stool.)
Weathered wood cabinets add rustic charm. If only we could score some exposed wood beams, too. White and blue is about as classic a color combo as you can get. If you don't want something too bold, try a deep navy, and it'll feel more neutral.
If you've got a rustic kitchen and want to add a modern touch, consider your cabinetry. White cabinets and stainless steel appliances help it feel clean and fresh. A bold color is ideal for a bar area. It's cool and sexy, but won't overpower your entire kitchen.
Get the best of both worlds with clouded glass — the semi-transparent finish feels light, but still offers concealed storage. No one needs to see what's behind those doors. Grays can soften the contrast between black and white. It's also a complement to stainless steel in a kitchen.
This color combo is for everyone who really wants an all-white kitchen but just can't with how basic it feels. This still feels light and airy, but it's got a little something-something extra to give the room depth. This may be the most colorful kitchen ever, and we're here for it. Go all out and add in a bold wall color, too.
In John Robshaw's Connecticut home, the kitchen’s settee is by Richard Wrightman, the sinkfittings are by Newport Brass, the ceiling lights are by Restoration Hardware, the countertops are marble, and the custom dhurrie is by John Robshaw; the walls are painted in Rose Quartz and the cabinetry in Starry Night, both by Benjamin Moore.
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